Scamming Scammers

posted in: Fun, Geek Work, The Day Job | 0

There’s a special place in hell for scammers that take advantage of the technologically weak. Okay, yes, in some sense, my entire career is based on being more tech savy than pretty much everyone around me, but I’m pretty open … Continued

WiFi Analyzer

Now, available for Windows! I’ve actually been using this particular program on an Android tablet for quite a long time. Come to think of it, I started out using it on a rooted Barnes and Noble nook tablet close to … Continued

Aerial View

posted in: Fun and Games, Photography | 1

One more aerial view thing next week and I’ll have an actual theme for the month. Once upon a time, I used to watch a lot of the food and restaurant related reality television that seemed to run on the … Continued

Tools for NaNoWriMo

posted in: The Tools | 1

I won’t be participating in NaNoWriMo this year, but if you are, here are some tools that might help those of you who are. First of all, for those of you who don’t know, NaNoWriMo is National Novel Writing Month, … Continued

Open Source Digital Darkroom Software

posted in: Photography, The Tools | 1

I would imagine by now the few regular readers of this blog have figured out that I love both photography and free software. I, personally, use Lightroom.  And, yes, I paid for it.  I’ve gotten used to it and I … Continued

Free Image Editing

posted in: Photography, The Tools | 1

Long-time readers of my blogs will know that I’m a cheap bastard. So, with that in mind, it shouldn’t be a surprise that I’m an advocate of free software.  I’m especially in favor of free software that can replace, or … Continued

Opensource Writing Tool

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In honor of the first Friday of NaNoWriMo, I’m bringing you a free writing tool and not from my usual main site. This week, I’m originating my regular Friday Fun Post from JKHoffman.com, where I hope to move most of … Continued